Daily Blog 30 December 2018 | Cage Diving South Africa
"The experience was even better than I could have imaged. Very efficient." ~ Tyler and Becca
"Really great tour!" ~ Jannick
"Amazing! Great crew. Great boat. Great sharks!" ~ Cohen
Temperature: 20.9°C + 21°C + 21°C + 21.6°C
Depth: 8.5m + 9m + 10m + 8.7m
Visibility: 1m + 2m + 2m + 1.5m
Conditions: A beautiful sunny day with little wind.
It was a beautiful morning as Slashfin headed out to sea. The sea was flat and the sun was hot in the sky. As soon as we arrived at our dive site, our crew put the cage in the water and our guests jumped into their wetsuits. The copper sharks soon arrived, and our divers climbed into the cage. It was an absolutely amazing day out at sea, and our guests had an absolutely amazing time. By the end of the trip, we headed back to shore, where our guests enjoyed some amazing soup and bread.
For the second trip we once again headed out to our dive-site. The copper sharks were soon back and our divers once again jumped into the cage. Our divers were thrilled by the absolutely amazing sharks, and towards the end of the trip we briefly passed by Dyer Island and Geyser Rock, taking a brief look at some of the 60 000 Cape Fur Seals that reside there.
For our last trip of the day we headed out to sea under a beautiful clear sky with just a bit of wind blowing from South West. As we reached the dive site our lovely copper sharks did not make us wait for too long and started investigating the cage as soon as we attached it to the boat. Once our guests geared up they jumped into the water. The sharks were super active allowing everyone to appreciate their beauty nice and close. We left our dive site under warm evening sun.
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